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TGE Group's MD Joins Industry Board

9th September 2013

TGE Group, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of renewable energy and heat technologies, is delighted to announce that Managing Director Rupert Higgin has been invited to join the Board of the British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA).

As the national trade association of the UK solar photovoltaic industry, the BPVA is the leading and trusted voice of the solar industry working to ensure that solar photovoltaic energy is established as the principal renewable energy source in the UK.

Whilst on the Board, Rupert will be helping the group drive the industry into new areas including assisting the BPVA finance group with a project looking into possible funding options for large commercial PV systems.

Reza Shaybani, Chairman of the BPVA comments: “We are very pleased to welcome Rupert on to the Board of the BPVA and look forward to drawing on his wide industry experience and overall business acumen.  These strengths will help us continue to promote and support this growing industry.”

Rupert Higgin, Managing Director of TGE Group, comments: “It is a great honour to be appointed to the BPVA’s Board and I am looking forward to helping drive renewables and PV forward so it continues to be a strong, dynamic and sustainable industry in the UK.”

For further information on TGE Group, call 0845 643 2528 for more information.

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